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For many years I’ve held a very dogmatic view about paper-based books. I love paper books. The touch, the look, the feel, the realness. But something happened yesterday. I wanted to read a couple of books but for reasons best … Continue reading
A recent post on assessment by Professor Martin Weller has caused me to think about assessment differently. Though the idea of assessment as a navigation tool may not be new (assessment for direction?), it’s the analogy of a new subject as an … Continue reading
2015 is now behind me and 2016 is here. I mentioned to someone a few days back that 2015 was a “full year” for me. Everything happened. Lots of new experiences, some life-changing, some mundane, some promising. I feel extremely … Continue reading
Actor-Network Theory (ANT) is difficult. For a newbie it is almost impossible to understand or make sense of. Any attempt by the absolute neophyte, it would appear, could simplify or completely miss the point. So take this to be a … Continue reading
This post is motivated in parts by an article from Maha Bali on “Educational Standards” and by Dave Cormier’s #rhizo15 Week’s 1 topic – Learning Subjectives. Maha is spot on (I am interpreting her post) when she says that learning … Continue reading
For no obvious reason at all I started off #Rhizo15 with the urge to do something every day. In no time I found myself reading various blogs from participants and decided it might just be a good idea to curate … Continue reading
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